Tracy Abrahams Memorial shoots
Tracey Abrahams worked at Northall for 14 years she was one of the liveliest and bubbly people to have worked at Northall and was a very popular member of the Northall team with all the customers and staff, she became ill in August 2013 and was diagnosed with cancer, after a very short battle we lost her on the 7th December 2013 aged just 49.
We look forward to seeing everyone at Wivelsden in 2020 for another amazing shoot, and I would personally like to thank Dan and Mark and everyone that made these days happen.
This year on 17th June 2018 we were back to Wiveslden farm for our 3rd memorial shoot for Tracey and was staggered to raise another exceptional amount of £6940.00. this was divided between breast cancer and prostate cancer.
we cannot thank everyone enough who attended and donated raffle prizes to people making cakes and people scoring and helping for free on the day for all their support over the last 5 years for raising the incredible amount of £20015.00
On 01-08-16 we held another shoot for Tracey at the same venue we hoped to raise around the same as in 2014 but this time we exceeded our first shoot and raised another amazing amount of £7555.00.Again the generosity of all the shooters and sponsored prizes was again testimonial to how popular Tracey was with everyone.This amount was divided between breast cancer and prostate cancer.
We held a memorial shoot for her on 31-7-14 at wivelsden farm by kind permission of Nick Harvey the Landowner, and raised the amazing amount of £5520.00 this was due to the overwhelming generosity of all the shooters and sponsors of raffle prizes on the day. All proceeds going to Breast Cancer research.